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Perfectly placed within a highly desired rural village location, Countryside’s Harvard Grange development in the Buckinghamshire village of Little Chalfont provides buyers with properties and a surrounding area that ticks all the boxes of the new emerging trend.
Located in The Chilterns AONB, Little Chalfont is surrounded by picturesque scenery as well as all the modern day necessities that residents commonly require. The stunning family homes at Harvard Grange are just over one mile from Little Chalfont, which provides a range of local amenities, including a supermarket, post office and pharmacy. Nearby scenic market town, Amersham, provides buyers with independent shops and boutiques to explore.
Harvard Grange is a stylish collection of 10 four, five and six bedroom homes and 16 two bedroom apartments. Fitting in seamlessly with the surroundings, the design of the traditional homes feature Georgian bar windows, gated entrances, double garages and landscaped front gardens. Inside these fabulous homes, beautifully styled interiors continue the theme of quality and luxury, bearing all the hallmarks of a truly exceptional home in a charming rural town.
Andrew Loveday, Sales Director at Countryside comments: “From this research we can clearly see a positive, increasing trend of internal migration within the UK from the city to a traditional rural environment. Although families are wanting to move to quieter areas, this doesn’t mean that they must compromise on close proximity to amenities and community facilities. Harvard Grange enjoys a fantastic location that provides residents and buyers with both the beautiful desired rural lifestyle and everything they’d require on a day to day basis, on their doorstep.”
The last two remaining houses, the six-bedroom 3,034 sq. ft. Woodberry Grange and five-bedroom 2,837 sq. ft. Langdell House, are ideal luxury homes suited to families that long to return to a rural location. Both properties offer a large, open-plan kitchen/family area, and separate open-plan living and dining room, each with double French doors opening onto the garden. The individually-designed, contemporary kitchens feature fitted units, stone worktops and ceramic tiling, as well as a range of integrated appliances, including a steam oven, wine cooler and two multifunctional ovens.
Woodberry Grange and Langdell House are both set across three floors, and feature impressive master bedrooms, with dressing areas and luxurious en suites. All of the bathrooms and en suites in each property are fitted with modern white suites, chrome accessories and warming rich walnut details throughout. Both houses also offer a double garage, landscaped front and rear gardens, and a hard-wired security system with front and rear wall mounted cameras.
Harvard Grange also offers a number of contemporary two bedroom apartments, all with the same high standard of finish and with as much space as a two-bedroom house. Designed to suit young professionals or downsizers that may want to relocate further away from the city, the properties feature the same luxurious specification with a well- proportioned open plan kitchen/dining/living area. The kitchen benefits from fitted appliances, two ovens and a steam oven, as well as handy utility cupboard with integrated washing machine and dryer.
Despite the development’s country location, transport links are excellent with Chalfont & Latimer station on the Metropolitan underground line a few minutes’ walk away from the development and it is also served by Chiltern Railways with dual train services into Baker St and Marylebone within 45 minutes. Harvard Grange also benefits from superb connectivity to the M25 and M40 and lies within 18 miles of Heathrow Airport.
The five bedroom Langdell House is available for £1,650,000, the six bedroom Woodberry Grange for £1,695,000 and apartments start from £599,995. A show home is open to view and there are a range of incentives available. For more information, please visit www.countryside-properties.com or call 01494 412262 to register your interest.
Information correct at time of publication.